|Counter Folks Radio Show: May 23, 2007 - WQFS Counter Folks|
Counter Folks is a radio show on WQFS 90.9, Guilford College, Greensboro. It was inspired by the A&T Greensboro Four gentlemen who first started the sit-ins at the Woolworths' lunch counters. It is dedicated to folks who intentionally engage in counter to mainstream activities to better society and ecology. The May 23 2007 show features an interview on counter recruitment.
Keywords: peace and justice; counter recruitment
|Counter Folks May 30, 2007 Radio show - Counter Folks|
Counter Folks is a radio show inspired by the Greensboro A&T four who began the lunch counter sit-ins. It is dedicated to folks who intentionally try to better society through counter to mainstream ideals.
Keywords: folk; talk radio; interview; counter recruitment; peace vigil
|Trailer: Soldiers speak Out, Fayetteville 2005 - Empowerment Project|
Iraq war veterans speak out against the war. A trailer for a 1/2 hr piece for mobilization and counter recruitment.
Keywords: Empowerment Project; Peace; War; Iraq; Veterans; counter recruitment
|Leave My Child Alone - Mainstreet Moms and Working Assets|
Cindy Sheehan (mother of a soldier slain in Iraq), Jim Massey (ex-Marine recruiter) and others reveal the true impact of No Child Left Behind's military recruitment in our high schools. With no end in sight to the increasingly lethal American occupation in Iraq, this is the single-most important film for concerned parents and citizens to see. Watch the 11-minute film and then take action to "opt our kids out" at LeaveMyChildAlone.org...
Keywords: counter recruitment; Cindy Sheehan; leavemychildalone.org; opt out; militaary recruitment
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|Rustbelt Radio for October 15, 2007 - Pittsburgh Indymedia|
On this week's show... * Counter Recruitment strategies from a former soldier and a community activist * New Voices Pittsburgh's Reproductive Justice Weekend * A Judge's ruling puts a controversial immigration enforcement tactic on hold * Multiple incidents of racial intimidation are reported in Pittsburgh * and more in our local and global headlines
Keywords: Rustbelt Radio; military recruiting; counter-recruitment; reproductive justice; immigration; no-match; racism; Pittsburgh; West Virginia
|Talk Nation Radio: Marcy Winograd on Leaving the Democratic Party and Opposing War - David Swanson|
Marcy Winograd was a leading Democratic Party activist in Los Angeles, nearly elected to Congress as a Democrat herself. She has renounced that party and become a Green. Her positions on public policy have not changed. She is still a leading peace activist in Southern California. Winograd discusses her change of party and approaches to activism in an election year. Winograd is a teacher with much to say about counter-recruitment in a time of ubiquitous militarism.
Keywords: Marcy Winograd; David Swanson; Democrats; Greens; Progressive Democrats of America; counter-recruitment; peace; militarism; los angeles
|3-Hour Military Test Secretly Administered in Thousands of High Schools - David Swanson|
Pat Elder of the National Coalition to Protect Student Privacy (StudentPrivacy.org) explains how the U.S. military gets away with requiring students in thousands of U.S. high schools to take a 3-hour career inventory test with the results going straight to recruiters without students' or parents' knowledge.
Keywords: asvab; counter recruitment; student privacy; pat elder; david swanson; military; recruiters
|Rustbelt Radio for April 9, 2007 - Pittsburgh Indymedia|
On this week's show... * Author Ben Dangl examines the Price of Fire, resource wars and social movements in Bolivia * St. Vincent College students protest their school's decision to let George Bush speak at graduation * The Pittsburgh Organizing Group is confronted by police harassment once again * An excerpt from the documentary Watts Riots 1965: The Fire This Time * plus we'll have Word on the Street, and more, in our local and global headlines
Keywords: Rustbelt Radio; Pittsburgh; POG; recruiting; counter-recruitment; Bush; St. Vincent; commencement; Bolivia; Ben Dangl; Price of Fire; Climate Change